500+ Cyberpunk Girl Reference Pictures for Artists  

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Online Access Cybergirl.pdf
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Part II.zip
zip / 890 MB
Online Access Cybergirl.pdf
pdf / 24 KB
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00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | about 6 hours ago
I have purchased a bunch of Grafit Studio reference packs. I generally love them but this pack is the least solid of them. There are too many portrait shots that don't show the full body. The poses overall didn't feel like they encompassed enough of a broad spectrum of Cyberpunk: There was flashy lighting and some gun waving, but not much else. (ideas: wielding a sword, interfacing with computers and wetware, etc.) And many of the poses feel like she's just waving the Nerf guns around, not like someone would actually ever hold them in real life. Another purchaser (Gage Lehr) correctly commented about this and you said you were going for a "cartoony" feel and you couldn't guess what your customers might want. To share one customer's take on it, if I'm going to bother to pay for photo-references for an illustration then cartoony is not usually what I'm looking for. I'd like to see photo-references with more verisimilitude, both in attitude and in how they handle their gear and weaponry.
35| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 18 days ago
A problem I consistently see with reference photos by Grafit Studio is that if there's a tool or implement of any kind, the model looks like they've never held it in their lives. Instead of poses that make sense for what's in their hands, it's just completely random contortions and jumping in the air like my 6 year old niece trying to impress us with her "dance skills". This pack in particular is rife with completely unusable photos for a project because they're just outright silly, which is not exactly the tone I'm going for when trying to convey a death dealing badass. Okay for study, outright terrible for a painting.
15 days ago
Hello! Thank you for the feedback. When shooting every new set, we focus on analyzing what artworks have been created on the topic before and try to recreate some of the poses. As you can see from the Artstation feed, not every artwork appeals to reality per se - hence some of the poses we choose do tend to be cartoonish. We have, however, professional fencers and swordsman in the sets where it is necessary to have the correct movements. Unfortunately, we cannot read every thought of our audience to include the exact same character type they need for the project.
30| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 21 days ago
The model and lighting schemes are wonderful. The variety of poses is good but not allot of compelling acting . For the first two reasons, I do like this set though
20 days ago
Thank you for the feedback!
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 22 days ago
amazing references must have for every artist
21 days ago
Thank you!
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 2 months ago
Very professionally well made and captivating photos.
28 days ago
Thank you! We hope these will be useful!
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 2 months ago
Very good tbh a worthwhile purchase for my library imo.
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 3 months ago
Nice quality and this will help me in posing my models. Thanks!
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 3 months ago
MOVEMENT POSES ..EXCELLENT
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 3 months ago
These action poses are super useful for artist. For me, that means no more random online searches to find wonderful girl poses like this to draw. Keep shooting more reference photo series like this, Grafit Studio! Fantastic job!
00| Release v.1.2 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 3 months ago
Fantastic rim lighting. Great dynamic poses.

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